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Old 03-07-2007, 10:18 PM   #1
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I have a bad bolt on a wheel bearing hub. Prolly an air chisel on a wheel lock with no key. I'm not in the mood to spit up $150 for an entire hub.

Anybody ever replace one of those bolts? I can't remember how they are are seated in the hub.
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This is a thread on it which also references another.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=30388
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Thanks.

Although that sounds like the end of the hub. Why does it seem that anything associated with wheel hubs involves a hammer and banging like hell?
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They can take the beating. Think about what your driving down a bumpy road does with the force of the car on it.
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I drive mine out with an Old lug nut and a hammer... I install with that old lug nut and the impact....LMAO

I use an old lug because you'll destroy it, but chances are it can be used for the same purpose later

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